The Bellamy, says the critic, was only equal to the Cibber in expressing the ecstasy of love.
Haslewood believed it to have been the production of Messrs. Cibber and Shiels.
This is most unfair to Cibber, whose comedies are particularly inoffensive.
Pope disliked and satirised her severely; on the other hand, Cibber worshipped her.
Cibber begins the seventh chapter of this work with an account of Betterton's troubles as a manager.
Cibber tells us that he drew many of the strokes in it from her lively manner.
Pope is said to be the author of the pamphlet, which is very unfriendly to Cibber.
Cibber's chronology cannot be reconciled with what we believe to be facts.
The Records contain no note as to the termination of the matter; but this is, beyond doubt, the occasion referred to by Cibber.
Wilks, Cibber, and Mrs. Oldfield filled the other principal parts.